Fatal Hearts

  • by Norah Wilson
  • Narrated by Alexander Cendese
  • 10 hrs and 15 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The reports stated Josh McBride’s death was from sudden cardiac arrest, but homicide detective Boyd McBride can’t shake the idea that his identical twin brother’s death was somehow connected to his search for the adopted boys’ birth parents. Josh must have been close to the truth…and it cost him his life.
When Boyd comes to medical resident Hayden Walsh’s ER looking for answers, she agrees to help with his investigation because Josh was a friend. As unnerved as she is by her attraction to the detective, she knows it will be impossible to avoid romantic entanglement…and the mess that comes with it.
The investigation uncovers dangerous secrets, and Boyd and Hayden’s passion ignites. Only they can keep each other safe from a threat that lurks inside a life-long mystery.


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Suspenseful, Mysterious and Sexy

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Take a murder mystery with plenty of twists and turns that keep you guessing, add a full romance with a Happy Ever After ending, sprinkle it with at the edge of your seat suspense and you get Fatal Hearts by Norah Wilson! I thorough enjoyed this well written novel, the characters and the storyline. The title of the book makes sense to me now and no other would have done this book justice! I know I will read more books by this author.
I bundled my kindle book with the professional narration, so that I can switch back and forth. Love the narrator's gravelly voice and deep timber, which made up for not quite getting the female voice of Hayden right. Otherwise, I could listen to this narrator forever!

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This couldn't have been more predictable

I think my 1 star rating says it all. The romance was incredibly trite, and the narrator was heavy handed with the main character's bedroom intonations. He made the female lead sound about 12. For a book set in Canada the ancillary characters, particularly Morgan sounded like a cross between a surfer
Stoner dude and an uptight wasp. And this was suppose to be a small town detective. And the Sylvia character sounded southern.

But worse yet is the completely obvious set up of the mystery. The main character is suppose to be a detective his dead brother an investigative journalist and the clues were so obvious I found myself yelling at the book on several occasions. I only completed this book on the off chance that all the obvious clues were laying out a humdinger of a twist.

Only slightly less annoying was the romance. The over use of words like luscious and glorious.

So disappointed.
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- xeyeldinTX

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-19-2014
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio